Living right on the waterfront can be “very unpleasant,” apparently
In a recent Toronto Sun column, the ever-fiesty Sue-Ann Levy takes up the cause of some homeowners near Woodbine Beach who are upset at the “mobs” that descend all summer. The residents say the constant crowds, drawn by hot weather, expanding volleyball courts and special events like the Afrofest, the Beaches Jazz Festival and the Canada Day celebration, make life by the shore noisy and “very unpleasant.” (The demand for parking and bathrooms at peak times yields tales of people peeing on the grass, and drivers stealing tickets from other cars to avoid getting one themselves.) The residents, Levy writes, also must contend with Boardwalk Place restaurateur George Foulidis, who is trying “to establish his ‘proprietary’ control of the Eastern Beach by turning it into a carnival-like venue.” We’re sure Levy’s rancour towards Foulidis has nothing to do with the fact that he banned her from the premises late last year. [Toronto Sun]
3 thoughts on “Living right on the waterfront can be “very unpleasant,” apparently”
People who live in The Beach complaining about something? Shocking.
Awww… those poor Beach residents. They own those very valuable houses in that sweet twee neighbourhood and have to endure the nerve of people to want to build polite condos on Queen Street and who want to use that most excellent recreational facility of the beautiful long sandy beach. It is really annoying to those superior beings who live in the Beach. As for Sue-Ann Levy, the less said the better.
The home should be a beettr one, which has freedom, and where your dog does not command you, or the home owner could come anytime and do anything, or send some one through the backdoor.
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